Pastor Don E. Duncan

December 14, 1951December 14, 2016

Duncan, Pastor Donald Edward, 65, of Wichita, Kansas went to be with the Lord on Wednesday December 14, 2016 in Wichita. Don was born the son of Virgil and Dollie (Overturff) Duncan on December 14, 1951 in San Fernando, CA. Don and Susan were united in marriage on March 14, 1970 in Chino, CA. Together they celebrated 46 years of marriage. Don and Sue were called from Lord to Wichita from California with their four children in 1980 to pioneer Calvary Chapel of Wichita where they ministered. Don has touched many lives all over the world by sharing the Word of God. Don’s first passion was the Lord as well as his wife, children and grandchildren. Throughout his ministry he remodeled five different churches in Wichita which was his second passion. He loved fixing people and fixing things. He was preceded in death by parents, sister, Sandy Linton, brother, Alvin Jones. Survivors include his loving wife, Susan Duncan of Andover, KS, children, Johnny Duncan of Wichita, Carla (Walker) Russell of Derby, Isaac Duncan of Wichita, Rachel Duncan of Wichita, brother, Mike Duncan of Wichita and many grandchildren. Memorial services will be 10am on Saturday December 17, 2016 at The Downtown Church, 445 N. Market, Wichita. Memorials have been established in his name and loving memory to the Calvary Chapel Fellowship, 190 S. Rock Rd., Wichita, 67207. Please send flowers to The Downtown Church.


  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, December 17, 2016


Pastor Don E. Duncan

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Ron & Vickie Cunningham

February 13, 2017

Sue & family - We are so sorry for your loss. Don did many great things for Calvary Chapel church as well as the school. I close with something I read after my mom died that touched my heart; I hope it will touch all of your hearts as well. "Even though you sorrow greatly, may it give you comfort knowing that great sorrow can only be known where there was great love." Love & prayers to all.

Lorraine Overturf

January 28, 2017

This is Lorraine Overturf, Leon Overturf's daughter.
I am sorry for your tremendous loss. He was such a great Pastor with such a wonderful testimony. I know your family kids, and grandchildren will miss him so much. Please keep all us Overturfs' in prayer, salvation needed for so many.
Sincerely in Christ
Lorraine Overturf

Amanda (Thomas) Clark

January 3, 2017

I have so many memories in the church, kids camp, sleepovers, being at the school, studying at home, bible studies, countless hours of play practice/talent shows and years in the classroom. Memories of teachers and leaders and pastors and friends...we were all brought together by Don and the Duncan family. Don came to our dad's funeral in 2002 and it was one of the best hugs we didn't even know we needed. You're always in our thoughts and prayers. You'll always be remembered - say hello to everyone upstairs. Until we meet again.
All our love from the family of Richard Thomas (Formerly of Calvary Chapel Wichita)

Carla Russell

January 2, 2017

It is with great fulfillment that I read all these post and creates a peaceful setting in my heart and mind.

Robby Cleary

January 1, 2017

<3 May Don's teaching ministry continue through the technology of the internet .... Thank you God or your calling of this man ... and the impact he has had for you in our lives .... Robby Cleary

Joe Forest

December 20, 2016

Don Duncan had a life changing impact on my spiritual and emotional life. I am looking forward to being with him again in glory without the scars of this life. My condolences to the Duncan family, especially Sue. May the Lord and his body provide for all of your needs.

D Clor

December 18, 2016

I look forward to seeing him and next time we see him we will never have to say "good bye" again! :) Maranatha!

Mitch Paige

December 17, 2016

Don was both my pastor and my friend. We reconnected about a year ago and he recently sent me his 1989 study on Romans.....the best I've ever heard. I thank the Lord for bringing us back together....I was blessed by that. I will listen to his teaching til I see him again. My deepest sympathy and love for Sue and their family.

December 17, 2016

so sorry for your loss. I attended Calvary for a few years. Kathy Ford (Wichita ks

John Germann

December 17, 2016

My condolences to Sue and family. Love you guys. I am sorry that I will not be able to be there at the service. You are in my prayers and if you need anything please let me know.

I first knew of Don by listening to his teaching on the radio in the 90s, while living in Wichita. We moved to Sedan in 96 and around 2000 I met a guy in Sedan whose voice sounded very familiar. To my surprise, it was the Pastor and teacher from the radio whom i had grown to love. Finally, I met Don face to face. We became close friends and I had the pleasure of his friendship, pastorship, teaching ,and mentorship. Of course, his lovely wive Sue was a blessing, as well. They were always ministering and building the kingdom. They gave so much to the people and communities that they touched. One day they moved away and I was so sad to see them leave, but still kept in touch occasionally. Recently, lifes' events brought me back to Wichita and I was able to recconnect with Don. My wife and I had both agreed that Calvary Chapel Fellowship of Wichita was where we would worship and fellowship. Once again, I had the joy of reuniting with Don. He was taken too soon in my mind, but I look to the Lord to fulfill His Word, and my faith remains in him. Don was a pillar of the faith and I will miss him greatly. I have great memories of Don and these I will cherish. Don has blessed us with a great heritage and very soon we will reunite and rejoice with him again in our inheritance and eternal live in the presence of our great God and Savior, Abba Yehovah and Yeshua Ha Mashiach. Shalom brother. Looking for the Lord's soon return and the restoration of all things. Brother John Germann